D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray (D) is right in advocating having the University of the District of Columbia Community College where the need is [“Fired president seeking UDC pay,” Metro, Dec. 21].
He is wrong, however, in trying to keep the college on North Capitol Street. Moving it to the main campus on Connecticut Avenue will save millions every year and ensure better use of space. The university has a plan to have a branch campus in every ward in the city. It has not been implemented because the city has not provided the funds to do so.